A Senior at Central Park East High School (CPEHS) reflects: Central Park East High School is truly a place of unity in which all students are encouraged to work together for the good of the community. This community spirit can be seen in the many peer tutoring and peer leader programs offered by the school to help students with their Advanced Placement, Honors and regular academic classes. Additionally, each student is ensured to excel on the Regents due to the rigorous curriculum, after-school tutoring and weekend preparation programs that the school also offers. Besides having a rigorous curriculum and academic supports, all students are pushed to participate in the numerous after school programs the school offers, such as the newspaper and yearbook clubs, The National Honor Society, PSAL sports teams, robotics, dance, choir, and various other program options. CPEHS students also have the opportunity to engage in an assortment of community service opportunities, ranging from volunteering in soup kitchens, helping out at the ING marathon, or assisting the elderly. Once students enter their senior year, they are well prepared for their SAT with access to a variety of prep programs, and their college application process is carefully overseen by our college counselor. Students are also rewarded with multiple trips, school events, and honors.
Advanced Regents Honors Program, College Summit, College Now (11th & 12th Grade), Think College Now (9th & 10th Grade), Mount Sinai Hospital Internships and MedDocs Program, Peer Group Connections Leadership and Peer Mentoring Program, Freshman Seminar, Senior Seminar, Expanded Success Initiative, National Honor Society, Peer Tutoring, Community Service, Internships, Revolution Prep and Project Rousseau SAT Prep Classes, Adobe Digital Photography
Program Specialization: Humanities and Interdisciplinary
Available Seats in Freshmen Class: 115
Admission Method: Screened
Entrance Requirements: Review of Attendance & Punctuality
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Student Teacher Ratio
17 : 1
32% Male / 68% Female
of students qualify for a free or reduced price school lunch at
Central Park East High School.
Percentage of Student Body
Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander
Black or African American
American Indian or Alaska Native
There were 10 incidents of bullying last year at Central Park East High School, which equals 0.0248 incidents per student.
College Summit Peer Leaders, Student Council, Step-Up Program, Internships, Peer Tutoring Program, Girls, Inc., Robotics Team, National Honor Society, Young Audiences of NY Arts Program (Choir, Dance, Improv Theatre), The Madison Times School Newspaper, Community Service, Poetry Club, Science Lab Tech, Double Discovery, Minds Matter, Opportunity Network, Sponsors for Educational Opportunity Scholars Program, High School Law Institute, East Harlem Tutorial Program, Search and Care Community Service